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Religion and Politics 2019 Awards

The Religion and Politics organized section of the APSA is pleased to announce the following awards. Winners will be recognized at the section business meeting at this year’s annual conference. Congratulations to all the winners!

Ken Wald Best Graduate Student Paper Award

Consuelo Amat, Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society at Stanford University

“The Hydra Effect: When Repression Creates New Opposition against Authoritarianism”

Weber Best Conference Paper Award

Jonathan Chu, Perry World House the Department of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania
and
Carrie Lee, United States Air War College

“Race, Religion, and American Support for Humanitarian Intervention”

Aaron Wildavsky Dissertation Award

Jason Klocek, University of California Berkeley

“The Cult of Coercion: Religion and Strategic Culture in British Counterinsurgency.”

Ted Jelen Best Journal Article Award

Elizabeth Sperber, University of Denver
and
Erin Hern, Syracuse University

Pentecostal Identity and Citizen Engagement in Sub-Saharan Africa: New Evidence from Zambia

Hubert Morken Best Book Award

Marie-Eve Reny, University of Montreal

Authoritarian Containment: Public Security Bureaus and Protestant House Churches in Urban China, Oxford University Press, 2018

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Aaron Wildavsky Dissertation Award

The APSA Religion and Politics Section invites nominations for the Aaron Wildavsky Dissertation Award. The Aaron Wildavsky Award recognizes the best dissertation in the field of religion and politics. Eligible dissertations have been defended in the last two years, and should make a distinctive contribution to the study of religion and politics, broadly understood. Please submit nominations to the chair of the committee – self-nominations are welcome!

Nomination Instructions: Please send a letter of nomination (maximum 2 pages) and a copy of the dissertation to the committee chair, Rebecca Glazier at raglazier@ualr.edu.

Deadline for nominations: April 15, 2019

Aaron Wildavsky Award – 2018 – Call for Nominations

From the Chair:

The Aaron Wildavsky Award recognizes the best dissertation in the field of religion and politics. Eligible dissertations have been defended in the last two years, and should make a distinctive contribution to the study of religion and politics, broadly understood. Please submit nominations to the chair of the committee – self-nominations are welcome!

Submission deadline: April 15, 2018.

Committee Members:

Dr. Daniel Bennett (chair), John Brown University, dbennett@jbu.edu

Dr. Jonathan Agensky, Ohio University, agensky@ohio.edu

Dr. Michelle Margolis, University of Pennsylvania, mmargo@sas.upenn.edu

Aaron Wildavsky Dissertation Award – Nominations Invited – Deadline April 1st, 2017

The Religion & Politics Section invites nominations for the Aaron Wildavsky Dissertation Award. 

Dissertations must have been defended in 2015 or 2016. Nominated dissertations need to be sent to all members of the committee by email with a short bio of the author by April 1st.  Self-nominations are accepted and encouraged.

The committee will look for and evaluate the following qualities in the submissions: Clearly defined, timely/relevant topic; solid and original theoretical grounding; rigorous / innovative methodology; significance / potential impact of the dissertation project.

If you have any questions about the award, please contact the committee chair, Nukhet Sandal.

Aaron Wildavsky Award Committee

Members

Dr Nukhet Sandal (Chair)
Assistant Professor and Director of War and Peace Studies Program
Political Science
Ohio University, USA
sandal@ohio.edu

Dr Ryan Claassen
Associate Professor
Department of Political Science
Kent State University, USA
rclaasse@kent.edu

Mona Oraby
2016-17 Jerome Hall Postdoctoral Fellow
Maurer School of Law
Indiana University, USA
moraby@indiana.edu

Dr Gizem Arikan
Associate Professor
Department of International Relations
Yasar University
Izmir, Turkey
gizem.arikan@yasar.edu.tr